Millions of students in grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 are enrolled across the country. Since the country's introduction of the CBC, the majority of its citizens have been able to write and communicate in English. In addition, several subjects are taught, particularly in grade 4.
PE, home science, social studies, music, crafts, and other subjects are among them. According to the source, new information about what the government is doing to reduce learning areas in primary schools has recently emerged.
According to the most recent report shared this morning by a well-known source, the government and all stakeholders are planning to reduce some subjects in CBC, particularly in junior secondary schools. It has also been revealed that related subjects will be covered.
The CBC reforms have gotten more people talking across the country about what is planned for January. What is your opinion on the news? Do you think the government is going to make great reforms?
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